JaVar Myatt-Jones is a family medicine physician based in The Shoals area of Alabama, where he works with families of all backgrounds within the community to help them solve their medical issues and avoid further medical complications and diseases. Myatt-Jones studied Biology at Morehouse College in Georgia before completing his medical degree at Wayne State University. He completed his residency as Chief Resident at Saint Joseph Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Family medicine is a medical specialty completely devoted to complete health care for patients of all ages. JaVar Myatt-Jones is also known as a family physician or family doctor, and he often cares for patients all from the same family at different stages in their lives. In the United States, family medicine is part of the primary care division of medical science, and physicians in this discipline provide continuing and comprehensive care for individuals and families across all ages, diseases, genders, and parts of the body. Myatt-Jones works with patients within their family context and focuses his work on disease prevention and long-term health promotion. Family doctors are usually charged with providing personal, comprehensive, and continuous care for each individual in the community and family context.
JaVar Myatt-Jones wanted to specialize in family medicine because he wanted to help entire families as they age and face new health challenges. He feels that he can do the most good for his community by working closely with family units, teaching them the importance of healthy living and disease prevention one family at a time.